Your donation is vital in enabling us to combat human trafficking. By donating, you are supporting our projects for 2022.
All across the world, climate collapse, political turmoil and the ongoing impact of Covid-19 has sent vulnerable people into new and exacerbated exploitative situations.
We’ve seen a rise in foodbank use and unemployment. The National Referral Mechanism, the UK’s system for identifying victims of modern slavery and human trafficking, revealed up to 13 children a day are trafficked in the United Kingdom. Renewed conflict in Afghanistan and across the Middle East has led to the forced displacement of millions of people.
In times like these, it’s easy to feel powerless and overwhelmed. But we are not alone. Collaboration has always been at the heart of our organisational ethos, and this year the power of the collective has felt more vital than ever. By working closely with key NGO partners, clients, businesses, financial institutions, and survivors, in 2021 we’ve delivered over 20 global projects including:
We can help to develop resilient and risk-aware communities with our award-winning preventative campaigns, making it harder for traffickers to recruit new victims. We can continue reaching refugees and asylum seekers fleeing conflict with advice and support to help them take preventative action when it comes to potential exploitation. We can run more free workshops with small and medium size enterprises using our SME Toolkit. We can continue our work training organisations to be able to better identify and mitigate potential areas of risk and effectively respond to suspicions, making it harder for traffickers to operate within society.
Don’t feel like donating? There’s more than one way to help:
1. Raise awareness.
The first step to stopping something is being able to recognise what it is. Despite its prevalence globally, many people are still not aware of what human trafficking and modern slavery are. Why not display one of our awareness or #SpotTheSigns posters, or host a talk at work or in school?
2. Fundraise with friends and family.
You might not be in a position to donate yourself, but why not do something with your spare time to fundraise? Whether it’s a sponsored cycle, a knitathon or a super long weekend walk, fundraising not only harnesses the power and energy of people you know, it also helps raise awareness of our cause.
3. Get your community involved.
If you’re feeling energised and inspired to help, then you could try to get your community involved in fundraising. Whether it’s work colleagues, school friends, sports teammates or a church group, when we act together we can multiply our impact.
Want to find out what your money helps fund? There is more information on how we use your donations under the donation form at the link below.Where your donation goes
If you would like to make a donation but do not wish to use our online form there are a number of options available to you.Other ways to donate